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Philanthropist and former Wall Street money manager Michael Steinhardt began collecting objects of Jewish history and culture three decades ago, eventually amassing a trove of manuscripts, textiles and art worth millions of dollars.
The life of Jenni Rivera was celebrated Wednesday in song, as passionate fans chanted "Jenni! Jenni!" at the singer's memorial service, which was billed as a "celestial graduation" by her family.
The late American crooner Andy Williams, famous for easy-listening hits such as "Moon River" and "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year" from his beloved Christmas TV specials, had a passion for Navajo blankets. He assembled a museum-quality collection that's slated to be auctioned for more than $1 million next year.
The late American crooner Andy Williams, famous for his classic easy-listening hits such as "Moon River," also had a passion for Navajo blankets.
Radio talk-show host Laura Ingraham soon will be back on the air after taking a short break.
A rare archive of letters and drawings by "Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz did not find a buyer at a New York City auction.
The piano used for the song "As Times Goes By" in the classic 1942 film "Casablanca" has fetched more than $600,000 at auction.
One of the most significant drawings by Italian master Raphael in private hands sold for 29.7 million pounds ($47.8 million) in London Wednesday, smashing pre-sale estimates for the black chalk work.
The late "Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz was once so infatuated with a young woman 23 years his junior he sent her dozens of romantic letters and drawings of his beloved cartoon characters. Many of the themes of that correspondence made it into his daily comic strips at the time.